Aly Tadros

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  • Reid O'Conor of KUT 90.5 - Studio 1A Oct. 9, 2012
    Aly Tadros hails from Laredo, Texas. She plays delightfully wistful indie folk, with tender and earnest roots. (Read More)
  • Sarah Carlson of San Antonio Current Oct. 8, 2012
    Her second album, The Fits, to be released January 15, delivering a sound as well-traveled as its owner. Her folk-pop roots — think Damien Rice meets Feist — may reach from Mexico to the Middle East, but the sound is her own. (Read More)
  • Hannah Kloepfer of Inside New York June 20, 2012
    Tadros’ stock is on the rise, and I have faith that only bigger and better things are to come for this dynamic, dedicated performer. (Read More)
  • Robert Longoria of McAllen Monitor Jan. 10, 2012
    Released in August 2009, her debut album, “Things Worth Keeping”, and her duet, “Aly Tadros & Chloe Charles Live at Eddie’s Attic” (released January 2011) are a series of love letters to folk, more though in line with Aimee Mann and Fiona Apple than Bob Dylan. (Read More)
  • Rock Lobster of Evansville Nights March 2, 2011
    From the first time Aly Tadros hit the tri-state , with her CD, Things Worth Keeping, until she came into Evansville in February 2010, the fan base for this folk debutante has gotten bigger and more passionate. (Read More)
  • Gregg Ackerman of Austin Examiner Jan. 17, 2011
    Aly Tadros has all the elements required for long-term success in the the music industry. She's talented, intelligent and pretty, really pretty. What is refreshing about watching Tadros perform is her relaxed attitude on stage. She connects with the audience and makes sure it is the music that draws in the listener. (Read More)
  • Gordon Raphael of Jan. 10, 2011
    Aly Tadros did a solo show at Gig as well, and I could only stay for 3 songs. I experienced her music as a modern woman master of 3 acoustic stringed instruments and with a voice that is so well tunes to her storytelling that it was like watching a masterclass on creative musical expression. I felt a memory of Joni Mitchell during the Blue phase that really speaks to me. Aly is frequently touring around the US and Europe, and I can truly understand why! (Read More)
  • Margaret Moser of Austin Chronicle April 30, 2010
    The dedication for Aly Tadros' Things Worth Keeping refers to the death of a beloved friend. But even without that information, it's clear some of these are songs of wistful yearning and desire for that which is just out of reach. (Read More)
  • Christopher McCurry of Lubbok-Avalanche Journal Jan. 28, 2010
    What makes Tadros stand out is the connection she forges with her audience, as well as her one-of-a-kind sound. (Read More)
  • Mark S. Tucker of FAME Aug. 15, 2009
    Tadros wields a voice that travels from lamentive to seductive and back again, often inflected at first with a touch of the various passions but never taken by them, remaining collected while focused and smoky. A good deal of thought went into Things Worth Keeping from all concerned, making it a very impressive debut release. (Read More)